The next Windows 11 update will bring the traditional blue back to the screen of death
|The next Windows 11 update will bring the traditional blue back to the screen of death|
Microsoft sometimes listens to users' opinions and gives up halfway. The next update of Windows 11, which is currently being released, fixes some problems with the taskbar, start menu, and Bluetooth devices, and also solves problems that occur when 32-bit applications are launched.
We know that this update will make "look and feel" changes to the Windows 11 interface; that is: "black screen of death"; those that have not been universally recognized will again become "blue screen of death"; this was the case in previous Windows versions decades ago .
The "Blue Screen of Death" (BSoD) has long become one of the recognizable signs of Windows, a kind of "quality mark" that proves that the tradition of software developers has not changed. The appearance of this screen indicates that there is a serious problem with the operation of the operating system, and a professional method is required to eliminate errors that occur in the system.
|The "Blue Screen of Death" (BSoD)|
Microsoft has finally launched a brand new Windows 11 media player application. Dev Channel, a member of the Windows Insiders program, can already test media players.
The redesigned media player application supports audio and video; and the design matches the interface and appearance of Windows 11.
Dave Grochocki, one of Microsoft’s senior Windows development directors, explained: "The core of Media Player is a complete music library that allows you to quickly browse, play, and create and manage playlists."
He also pointed out that the new media player will replace the Groove Music application. In addition, Windows 11 still has an outdated Windows Media Player application. Microsoft clarified that this legacy application will continue to be available in Windows tools.
However, it seems that Windows 11's new media player will soon become the main way to watch videos; and listen to music on the operating system.
In the new media player application; while playing music, you can see the album cover or artist image in full screen mode and mini player mode. The media player also supports video playback and is currently presented in Windows 10 and Windows 11 using separate movie and TV applications.
The company has not announced a date when all Windows 11 users will receive the new media player application in stable form. However, it is certain that we will get new details about this in the next few days.